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that aren't remotely being taken away from them. and michelle obama on the oscars. today is the 70s birthday of george hair on it. we'll have f-bomb about george, the van vatican and today the top catholic in britain, a pie joss scott pretty much excommunicated himself for hitting on someone whose name was not mary. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening, i'm john fugelsang. thank you so much for joining us. it's the biggest game of chicken since the hast time congress and the president dueled eye-to-eye over mountain. and in just four days the federal government could pull some $85 billion in spending out of 2013 budget forcing lay-offs and programs cuts and perhaps pushing the country back into recession. the president and his cabinet want you to know that no one will be spared when budget sequestration comes knocking. today mr. obama told the nation's governors at the white house gathering what he has been telling the rest of us for week. >> thousand was teachers and educators will be laid off. tens of thousands of parents will have to deal with finding child c
. >>> first lady michelle obama says she will challenge jerry brown and the rest of the nation's governors to make it easier for military members to get jobs after leaving combat. she plans to make the big announcement today after a white house meeting. mrs. obama wants states, including california, to pass legislation allowing veterans to get professionals credentials or licenses based on their military experience. 60,000 american troops are expected to come home from afghanistan by 2014 and the obama administration said they will need jobs when they get here. >>> also, last night, first lady michelle obama made a surprise appearance at the academy awards. >> and the oscar goes to -- "argo." congratulations! [ cheers ] >> "argo" won the night's top prize for best picture. that film directed by ben affect and produced by -- ben affect and produced by george clooney won. other big winners of the night at the oscars included -- jennifer lawrence for best actress in "silver lining's playbook." daniel day-lewis for "lincoln" >> coming up at 7:38. we'll bring you a live report from hollywood. >
values, lincoln and zero "zero dark thirty" were snubbed. what struck me was michelle obama presenting best picture award and behind her, a number of military personnel. >> all women. >> no, there were a couple of guys. >> it's had ard to find. >> those are the real heroes we should celebrate instead of the fake heroes that hollywood is celebrating. >>> "argo" was best picture. >> in a way, they -- >> but they took the cheap way out. "zero dark thirty" -- listen, i loved it but "zero dark thirty" attacked politically from both sides. katherine bigelow accused of being the witch woman for torture. she was the -- >> neil: we should explain, the movie is about. >> killing bin laden. >> just fi torture and in the end -- >> let me just tell you this. what we did is shut that out. it was black listed. it was told it couldn't be because it wasn't politically correct. here's what interesting. jessica chastain, who did not get best actress, is -- remember the pakistani doctor? the contrast with miche >> neil: she's trying to are bring attention. >> we have for somebody bringing politics, but we
's a question for you today. does the first lady have a mid-life crisis? michelle obama tells the rachael ray show, yes. >> this is my mid-life crisis, the bangs. i couldn't get a sports car, they won't let me bungee jump, so instead, i cut my bangs. >> so you went for the bangs, you're the boss of your hair. >> i can do this. this is all mine. >> i can do this. this is all mine. first lady revealed her bangs last month on her birthday, just before the inauguration. i would argue, your favorite part of the inauguration was michelle obama's bangs. >> i like the bangs. i think she looks great. >> it's all about the bangs. >> do you like the bangs? >> i like the bangs. >> what about you? >> i was actually going to say you would look good with bangs. >> no, but you -- >> i don't think so. >> you have a long time before you have to worry about a mid-life crisis. no bangs for kate. >>> one organization is likening president obama to a puppet master. we're going to talk about white house efforts to control the mainstream news media's coverage of the president. also ahead, tiger woods breaks his sile
president, joe biden, is there, the first lady, michelle obama is there, president obama as i mentioned it going to speak in a couple of minutes. 3,000 people in the audience. 140 countries represented. it is described as a non-partisan event, and -- >> it's described as a non-partisan event. >> as i said described as a non-partisan event. explain to me, we'll take the president live as soon as he starts talking but what is the point of addressing this breakfast? >> it's interesting that he's doing this. historically this is a breakfast organized by conservative religious leaders every year. presidents have participated for a long time, every president has, usually speaks. >> the fellowship foundation, they're conservative. >> a conservative religious organization and it's important for government and religious leaders to have a dialogue but it's gotten dicey recently because this organization that organizes the breakfast has been linked to the promotion of anti-gay laws outside the u.s. especially in uganda. >> there's a political process as well that we're watching here, right? it's n
mouth, not what goes in his mouth. >> michelle obama, you're the leader of the free world and you want young people to be inspired to be in shape he is joking about eating a doughnut. >> right now he's not running for president. this is all ginned up by the fact political reporters expect him to run in 2016. before we beat up on this doctor too much, what about the television networks who make decisions to book doctors and put them on the air and ask them about people they've never met. >> here is the thing i think any doctor it is interesting to find out, i would like to know somebody who is his size and he says his blood sugar levels are good, low cholesterol, both of those things he's healthier than me, i have very high cholesterol. he's healthier than me on paper. i'd like a doctor to explain someone of that says can a person who is morbidly obese, can they be healthy. doctor could answer that. giving him advice through the television when you've never examined him seems to me to go too far. it's inappropriate. that said he's still kind of a bully, i get it, he shouldn't have said
in a few moments and we'll try to learn how to make a bed properly after all these years. >>> michelle obama opens up about the bangs and she's pretty candid about what motivated her to have a whole new look. >>> we'll start this hour with the controversial cameras used to catch you running red lights. many people argue they're often inaccurate or unfair. tom costello has been looking into that story. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. 24 states and d.c. allow these red light cameras. nine states ban them. fairness is the big issue. in court, depending where you are, you might be able to ask a police officer about the ticket he wrote you, but you can't do that with a camera and the camera presumes that you're guilty, not innocent. they can be horrific crashes, red light runners are especially dangerous because the people they hit are usually caught completely by surprise. each year, some 700 people die and 122,000 are injured in accidents involving a driver who ran the red. to cut into that rate, more than 540 communities nationwide have turned to red light
. they ruined that city. everybody is moving. everybody is leighing. that is the obama dividend, because he is creating jobs in the moving industry. as people flee and it's part of michelle's obesity, fight obesity plan. they run from creditors. >> kimberly: that was creative. >> bob: detroit had problems before obama was born. the auto industry left detroit and went south -- >> dana: look, it is all going to be fine. >> bob: it is. they include new york city and washington, d.c., in that list. i can't imagine -- >> dana: d.c. is not in the top ten. flint, michigan. chicago. >> bob: chicago is a great town. >> greg: yeah, for getting shot. >> dana: a lot of people who live in chicago, they love it. for others it's a place of lie crime. also, one of the things they talk nant the survey is commuting time. that came up over and over. how long it takes to get to and from work. >> kimberly: that is part of your enjoyment, how long does it take to get to work. what is the weather like? and other stuff to misery index. they don't call it that for nothing. unemployment. violent crime. foreclosures,
that city. and everybody is moving. everybody is leaving. i call that the obama dividend because he's creating jobs in the moving industry, as people flee and it's also part of michelle's obesity fight plan because they're running from creditors. >> that was creative. >> i thought he said the auto industry. >> the auto industry left detroit and went south. >> it's all going to be fine. >> it is going to be fine. >> no problem. >> and new york city and washington, d.c. in that list, i can't imagine -- >> dc is not in the top ten. , you got flint, michigan, chicago, though, is number 4. >> chicago, that's what i was thinking. >> chicago has a lot of defenders. a lot of people who live there absolutely love it. but for others, it's a place of high crime and also kimberly, one of the things they talked about in this survey is commuting time. >> yeah! >> that was repeated over and over again. how long it takes to you get to and from work. >> i think forbes is on to something because that is part of your enjoyment, how long does it take to you get to work? what's the weather like and the
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